Milwaukee Public Radio: UW-Madison Program Places Med Students in Milwaukee’s Underserved Communities
Professor and physician Cindy Haq helped shape global health at UW-Madison.
Remembering Robin Mittenthal
We will all miss Robin Mittenthal, an educator, farmer, entomologist, and global health expert, who died Saturday in a farm accident.
Health science students are invited to apply now for Medical Spanish (Medical Sciences 622-735). The class helps students improve their Spanish-language skills in a medical interviewing context and effectively interact with Spanish-speaking patients from the …
Professor Wins Award for Research on Genocide
New Certificate Brings Humanities Into Health Care Studies
Health access program bridges micro-finance, health for Uganda’s poor
Five UW-Madison Professors, including Jeanette Roberts, GHI Advisory Committee member, named AAAS Fellows
Please join us for Coffee and Dessert and a chance to listen, weigh in, and dialogue on the issue of community partners’ perceptions of students and researchers from the U.S. when they come to work …
Interested in learning about how to improve the health of people, all life and the environment without necessarily practicing medicine? Would you like to know what makes people healthy in different communities—and learn from different …
Strength In Connection, the October 2017 Global Health Institute Director’s Report is now available online. Learn about GHI’s education program and our future leaders. Check in with virus sleuth Tony Goldberg See how GHI grants …
Graduate and health sciences students are invited to learn about summer 2018 field courses in Ecuador, Guatemala, Thailand and Uganda. Hear about the people you’ll meet, places you’ll visit, classes you’ll need and application process. …
UW-Madison’s QI Institute brings together health leaders from nine countries and Wisconsin to work on everyday challenges.
The idea of One Health – that the health of humans, animals and ecosystems are interconnected—gave the Mandela Washington Fellows from Africa new ways to address health challenges.
Departments of Urban and Regional Planning and Landscape Architecture merge to combine campus resources
UW-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank makes the case for continue federal funding for research done at colleges and universities.
Three UW-Madison doctoral students were selected as Health Policy Research Scholars supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. See how these grads are impacting health across the globe.
Congratulations to our 2017 global health certificate graduates!
UW System President Ray Cross joined Monona residents and the UW-Madison community to celebrate the completion of the first UniverCity Year.